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Come and Sing the Praise of the Lord (Hal’luhu b’zilz’le shama)

Come and sing the praise of the Lord (Hal'luhu, hal'luhu)

Tune: Hal'luhu
Published in 1 hymnal

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ENGLISH:
Come and sing the praise of the Lord: sing hallelujah!
Come and sing the praise of the Lord: sing hallelujah!
Let all that lives, all that has breath,
sing the praise of God, hallelujah!
Let all that lives, all that has breath,
sing the praise of God.

HEBREW:
Hal'luhu, hal'luhu b׳zilz׳le shama.
Hal'luhu, hal'luhu b׳zilz׳le t׳ruah.
Kol han׳shamah t׳halel yah,
hal'luyah, hal'luyah.
Kol han׳shamah t׳halel yah,
hal'luyah.

הללוהו כּאלאלישמע הללוהו כּאליתרועה
כּל הושמה תהלל יה הללויה

Source: Glory to God: the Presbyterian Hymnal #389

Text Information

First Line: Come and sing the praise of the Lord (Hal'luhu, hal'luhu)
Title: Come and Sing the Praise of the Lord (Hal’luhu b’zilz’le shama)
Meter: Irregular
Publication Date: 2013
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 2013.

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